Wednesday, 19 December 2012

the wooden building


This domestic library by de Blacam and Meagher has been skilfully designed and crafted in white oak and iroko. The height of the space is accentuated by large picture windows to the north, south and west, offering expansive views over the city of Dublin. A mezzanine level to the east breaks up the space and provides a desk area for the occupant and access to shelves placed at a higher level. De Blacam imagines his libraries, from domestic to public, as living rooms and this is evident here. The picture windows also act as seats. This library even has its own ensuite. 

The rooftop's parapet in copper further enhances the visual connection with the various copper domes dotted across the skyline. 

hat, blazer - asos
tartan shirt - topshop
tartan pants and wedges - penneys finest
studio dungarees - zara 
black trim detail shirt - asos
Sam Edelman black wedges - nasty gal

apartment - not ours much to our dismay

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